The Body Feels Hot And Sweats After Drinking?
Good night, I want to ask why, every time I drink it, it immediately feels hot and sweaty, after a few minutes the sweat gets really cold and after a few minutes the cold just returns to normal? Even though I drink no hot water nor cold and in normal room temperature, is that normal?
Hello Dhia Zulfiqar,
The fluid content in the human body is 60-70%. Fluid is needed to maintain homeostasis so that all metabolic processes in the body can run properly. Incoming fluid must be balanced with outflow. Originally the liquid can be from drinks that are drunk, intravenous fluids through blood vessels, etc. While bodily fluids come out through urine, sweat, feces, etc.
When the weather is hot, of course the body needs more fluid. Because we unwittingly produce more sweat. Blood vessels around our skin will experience dilation (dilation) to be able to deliver heat outside the body. If you drink water directly in large quantities, exceeding your body's current needs, of course the body is trying to excrete excess fluid through sweat or you become urinated frequently. To avoid this, make it a habit to drink a little (1 glass), but with frequent frequency or drink every time you feel thirsty, rather than drinking 1 time with an immediate amount.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.